Iridium 9602 GSM is a pocket-size, low-cost Iridium/GSM tracker. It can be programmed to automatically switch between the Iridium and cellular networks based on a predefined set of conditions. It can send either a standard or a 256-bit AES encrypted GPS report at a pre-programmed interval ranging from continuous to once every seven days. The interval can be changed remotely while the unit is in the field.
The Iridium 9602-GSM is a pocket sized, self-contained satellite based asset tracker designed to operate on global GSM networks when available, and the Iridium low-earth orbit satellite network when no GSM coverage is available, resulting in 100% global coverage. The Iridium 9602-GSM features an external multi-interface connector and connectors for external Iridium, GSM and GPS antennas (which should be purchased separately).
The Iridium 9602-GSM offers the following:
The Iridium 9602 GSM satellite asset tracker operates on global GSM networks and the Iridium satellite network. This is the only commercial satellite network in the world to offer 100% truly global coverage, meaning the Iridium 9602 GSM can show the location of your asset, wherever it travels across the globe.
The Iridium 9602 GSM operates on global GSM networks to provide low-cost and efficient transmissions. It is capable of automatically switching to the Iridium satellite network when no GSM network is detected.
The Iridium 9602 GSM satellite asset tracker is equipped with Location Based Services (LBS) enabling the transmission of GPS co-ordinates and GPS positioning anywhere on the globe.
Dust & Water Resistant
The Iridium 9602-GSM satellite asset tracker will operate from -40ºC to +85ºC and has been designed to withstand the harshest weather conditions.
The Iridium 9602 GSM can activate critical, rapid response, when you need it. The programmable SOS button will transmit your GPS co-ordinates to pre-specified contacts, alerting them that assistance is required.
The Iridium 9602 GSM ‘Follow Me’ asset tracking function uses a 2 way connection to Iridium satellite network to return its GPS co-ordinates and status from anywhere in the world when a ping is received.